# Algebra 2

Completing the square method allows you to solve any quadratic equation. For each of the following determine what number completes the square.
I cannot find my notes on completing the square, can someone please help with these two problems?
1. x^2+8x
2. y^2+10y

i don't know ha!

I don't think that's very nice if you don't know don't post an answer unless it helps people! Can someone that DOES know please help me? Thank you.

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1. 1. x(x+8)
2. y(y+10)

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